5 Sports Movies That Should Get the Broadway Musical Treatment

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Long-distance running is probably the easiest spectator sport to stage in a theater, and a plethora of treadmills would be all a director would need to simulate a big old foot race. Beyond the gimmick of exercise equipment playing a major theatrical role, this hypothetical musical would feature familiar dramatic tropes, such as the father-and-son-like bond between Steve Prefontaine, and his coach, Bill Bowerman, as well as a tragic ending. And how often do you see ’70s-era tank tops and mustaches in a musical?